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Medical Student COVID-19 Info

The UNC School of Medicine is closely monitoring the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19. Included here are a variety of valuable resources for medical students

UNC SOM Student Expectations During COVID-19 Student Exposure and Symptom Protocol Student Protocol for Returning to Clinical Rotations Latest Medical Student Information

OVID-19 Pandemic Expectations

Resources

Eating Options and Tenting

Student Space Reservations at HSL Library

Campus Health Holiday Hours (Thanksgiving – Winter Break)


Carolina Together Campus Map

Points of interest for students include:

  • Locations where masks are available
  • Locations where additional outdoor seating will be available for dining or studying
  • Locations of food trucks
  • Classrooms available for study space (Coming Soon)

Reporting Safety Concerns While on Clinical Rotations

Each health system has ways to report lapses in safety that you witness. The systems are all working hard to find multifaceted ways to ensure a safe learning and work environment, and in particular are enforcing COVID related guidelines more strongly. If you do see COVID related lapses or other safety concerns, you may use the systems reporting structure. Of course, always consider giving direct feedback if you see things like colleagues not wearing masks or not practicing appropriate social distancing.

  • UNC Health – SAFE available as app after logging on to Epic
  • Cone Health – Safety Zone Portal linked within EHR
  • New Hanover Regional Medical Center – Verge incident reporting system as icon on desktop
  • WakeMed – RL Solutions Incident Report
  • Atrium – Safety Concern Reporting
  • Asheville – contact Gaye Colvin (gaye.colvin@mahec.net)
  • If you are in a site that does not have a formal system for reporting please use the Student Mistreatment and Learning Environment Concern link or contact Student Affairs

Personal Protective Equipment and Covid-19 – Videos in Clinical Medicine

Given the threat of coronavirus disease 2019, or Covid-19, it is important to emphasize the use of proper precautions for infection control in health care settings.The best way for health care workers to prevent infection with SARS-CoV-2 is through training and demonstrated competency in putting on and removing, also known as donning and doffing, personal protective equipment (PPE). Watch the videos here: nejm.org


COVID Emergency Fund Form

Request emergency funds by submitting this form along with original documentation of your situation, including any relevant receipts, bills, statements, etc. to the Financial Aid Office. Learn More

Carolina COVID-19 Student Services Corps (Carolina CSSC)

As the need across the state has grown, student leaders from the School of Medicine have partnered with the Office of Interprofessional Education and Practice to form the Carolina Covid-19 Student Service Corps (CSSC). Carolina CSSC increases the capacity of health professional students to engage in service-learning to address the needs of health systems and communities across North Carolina (NC). Learn More

AAMC Specialty Response to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant disruptions to medical education across the country and several specialties have released guidance around their application cycle. Learn More